In "Thor," the movie, Chris Hemsworth plays Thor the hunk, who seems to have an attitude problem, much to the dislike of his father, ruler of Asgard. He's played by Anthony Hopkins-- really.
Are things that tough for the Academy Award-winner to where he's reduced to roles in movies like this? Was he banished from good movie gigs in the same manner in which he boots his son from the realm?
Poor Thor, kicked down to earth.
Lucky Thor -- he's discovered by two earth babes, one of whom is another Academy Award winner. She would be scientist-playing Natalie Portman. But that’s not good enough; he wants his hammer.
While Thor's jealous brother is wreaking havoc in the world Thor left behind, Thor is being checked into a hospital in the world he dropped in on.
Thor-- perhaps another word meaning flat, which describes this two-hour movie. I saw it in 2D even though it was offered up in 3D. Is it a better movie in 3D? I'm not going to pay double the regular ticket price to find out.